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->''"Anything can happen, when Timothy Goes To School"''
-->-- The show's theme song
[[caption-width-right:350:''Timothy Goes to School'' main cast[[note]]From left to right: Lilly, Claude, Timothy, Doris, Charles, Yoko. (Not pictured: Fritz, Nora, Grace, The Franks, Mrs. Jenkins)[[/note]]]]

''Timothy Goes To School'' is a children's animated series that ran from 2000 to 2001. Produced by {{Nelvana}}, it follows the day-to-day life of Timothy, a 5-year-old raccoon who attends kindergarten, and the rest of his classmates. Once seen on Creator/PBSKids Bookworm Bunch, it later aired on Discovery Kids until 2006. Most if not all installments of the series are available on DVD. Some were U.S. releases, others were in Canada, which makes them region 1, but potentially challenging to find. The series was later added to {{Qubo}} in the United States.

This is also the first AnimatedAdaptation by {{Creator/Nelvana}} based on Creator/RosemaryWells characters, with the second being ''WesternAnimation/MaxAndRuby''.

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!!This cartoon provides examples of:
* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Timothy's personality was changed a little on the series. In the original book, he was seen crying a few times and even wishing something bad would happen to Claude.
** Nora was mischievous in the books (such as ''Noisy Nora'') but is more of a BrattyHalfPint in the show.
* AdaptationalHeroism: In the series some of Wells characters act a lot more nicer than in the books that they appeared in.
** Charles's parents (mainly his father) are a lot more nicer than they were in the original book version "Shy Charles" [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tumblr_inline_nl7l95uje51s8t8db.jpg where his father starts harshly calling him out on his shyness during a game of football causing Charles to cry.]]
** Claude actually becomes friends with Timothy later in the series while in the original book version he never becomes friends with Timothy and continues to dislike him.
* AdaptationExpansion: In the first episode which adapts the original "Timothy Goes To School" book. While not that much changes were made the most notable is the ending. The original ending has Violet (who doesn't appear in the series) and Timothy becoming friends and the last page shows Claude and Grace (a bunny who is also exclusive to the book, not the cat character from the series) laughing at them but both end up ignoring them. The ending in the series shows Timothy and Yoko playing tag after Yoko tells Timothy about Claude's showoff behavior.
** While not that much changed in the episode "Yoko", the opening in the episode shows Yoko getting ready for school showing her putting on her dress, waking up, and looking out the windows. She also forgets her lunch made by her mother when she is about to get on the bus. The original book opening shows Yoko's mother asking about what she wants for lunch for school and shows her mother making the sushi for Yoko.
* AdaptationDyeJob: Charle's father has brown colored fur while he was grey in the original ''Shy Charles'' book.
** Nora is an odd example, while she is brown in the original books and in the show, she is sometimes depicted with grey fur instead of brown.
*** On the topic of Nora and Charles fur color in the show and books. In some of the books their ears would sometimes be completely pink or mostly colored gray.
* [[AllThereInTheManual All There In The Books]]: Yoko's mother would sometimes bring up the other family members who are still living in Japan along with mentioning her daughter's early memories of living in Japan as a toddler. While we do see a glimpse of Yoko's grandfather in the episode ''The Taketombo'', we never actually see the other family members of Yoko in the show or even see the rest of Japan in general. In 2001, Wells made a book called "Yoko's Paper Cranes" where you can actually see Yoko as a very young kitten still living with her grandma and grandpa along with seeing cranes. We also see Yoko and her grandmother Obaasan feeding cranes, having tea, and her grandfather Ojisaan showing her how to make paper cranes. This is also the only time Yoko's grandmother and grandfather is actually seen until their reappearance 10 years later, in the 2011 book ''Yoko's Show-And-Tell'' where her grandparents are visiting Yoko's home for Girls Day.
** While most fans will remember Fritz bringing up The Mess Fairy, his imagination of it [[http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51DYKNXWR8L.jpg is actually seen]] in the original book version [[SeldomSeenSpecies as a pig.]] The book also explains how Fritz came up with the mess fairy concept in the first place.
* AscendedExtra: Some of the characters that were in the books have gotten their own set of episodes compared to their roles in some of the books.
** While Lilly is not seen much in the books, she has around 4 or 5 episodes where she's the main character of the episode or a secondary character. The most notable would be ''Don't Lose It Lilly'' and ''Lifesaver Lilly'', both dealing with her forgetfulness problem. The latter is the best example, which takes that issue more seriously, since she really wants to take care of the school's class pet but some of the students think she wouldn't do well as a pet owner despite the fact that Lilly herself owns a pet goldfish named Treasure. She even talks to herself alone on her bed admitting that she's too forgetful to take care of the class pet.
** Grace also shown up more often than in the books. One of Grace's more notable appearances in the books are the ''Yoko & Friends'' books ''The Secret Birthday'' and ''Timothy's Tales From Hilltop School''.
* AdultFear: In ''Shy Charles'' where Timothy gets locked behind a door. He starts calling out for help with only Charles to notify the entire school by ringing the bell when he hears his voice. It's currently recess and the other students and Miss Jenkins are outside and Henry the janitor has walked off. Now imagine that happening to your child at a store or school with nobody around and being left all alone for a very long time.
* AdaptedOut: Hazel was one of the students in the books but she doesn't appear in the show at all. Nora's sister is also absent even though she was in the original ''Noisy Nora'' book (she, however, is mentioned by Nora on the episode "My Family").
** Violet (Timothy's original first friend) from the original book is absent in the show and later books, being replaced by Yoko.
* AbsenteeActor: Lilly is curiously absent in ''The Treefort and the Sandcastle''. In this story, the boys split into one club in a treefort, while the girls take over the sandbox and build a sandcastle, but Lilly is not part of the group of girls, nor is she even mentioned, despite the events of the story taking place over at least two days.
** It also happens in ''Paint by Numbers'' in which Fritz doesn't appear at all, nor is he mentioned.
* AesopAmnesia: Generally averted. When the kids learned a lesson on the show, it tended to stick. For example, in ''On the Fritz'', Fritz realized that there was no mess fairy and he needed to clean up after himself. Him being messy was never shown as an issue again in the series, despite the story's HereWeGoAgain ending with Fritz having made another mess with the cleaning supplies in the process of cleaning Timothy's seashells. In ''Small Change'', Nora learns to accept and even like change and she is never shown having an issue with it again. And if Lilly still sometimes forgets things, it can be [[JustifiedTrope forgiven]], as it's difficult for her, and she does try very hard, sometimes succeeding.
* AlphaBitch: Grace can be this sometimes but [[LovableAlphaBitch she means well]].
* AlternateContinuity: The ''Yoko and Friends'' beginning reader books have many of the same characters, but cast Yoko in central role and eliminate at least a couple of the characters. Certain stories are versions of the TV episodes, but cast different characters in the main roles and have other variations. The ''Yoko'' picture books go even further. Mrs. Jenkins is still the teacher, but most of the other major characters from the TV series are absent and Yoko's mother is depicted differently. For example, in the TV show, she reluctantly allows Yoko to bring special toys to school, only for bad stuff to happen to them. In the ''Yoko's Show-and-Tell'' picture book, her mother disallows her to bring a special toy to school, but she disobeys and it gets wrecked and has to go to a doll hospital.
** The original 1981 book ''Timothy Goes To School'' takes this further. In it Claude makes fun of what Timothy wears on the first few days of school, like in the series, but to the point that Timothy cries and wants bad things to happen to him. Yoko and many of the other kids also aren't at the school (Timothy makes friends with a bunny named Violet at the end of the story, though), and Mrs. Jenkins is unnamed (in the original version).
* AnAesop: Pretty much every episode has one. But the show is rarely {{Anvilicious}}.
* AnachronicOrder: The show jumps from one season to another almost at random, but at least can be said that it's not [[ItsAlwaysSpring always spring]]. A special note, though, goes to the fact that ''The Big Snowfall'', which featured Lilly having her first snow day was aired after ''Lifesaver Lilly," in which Lilly rescued Goldie from the cold school building with no power after school was canceled due to a big snowfall.
* AsideGlance: In the end of the episode ''Frankless Frank'' Timothy looks at the audience and says "Here We Go Again" when one of the Franks get sick after the other is now better.
** In the end of the episode "Shy Charles", Charles looks at the audience after he received a medal for rescuing Timothy from getting locked behind a door.
* AnimatedAdaptation: Of Creator/RosemaryWells's books which separately starred several of the show's characters, such as Timothy, Yoko, Fritz, Charles and Nora. Recursively, some episodes were loosely adapted as books under the "Yoko and Friends" name, with Yoko as main character, in some cases replacing another character who was the main one in the series.
* ArgumentOfContradictions: In "Rocky Friendship," Fritz and Charles have an argument that eventually descends into this when they each find a rock at the same time and are unsuccessful in sharing it.
** Timothy and Fritz have one in "Abracadabra" after Fritz accuses Timothy of teaching Grace his magic trick, until Grace puts a stop to it by revealing that she peeked at Fritz's book.
* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: In ''Scary Monsters'' when Nora is afraid of dinosaurs because she thinks they're big and scary monsters, Timothy shows her a fossil of ''Megazostrodon'' at the museum, which, while having a big-sounding name is actually very small. It was a nice lesson, but ''Megazostrodon'' wasn't actually a type of dinosaur and basically resembled a modern-day shrew. However, given that the characters are children, this can be forgiven; also Nora was generalizing "dinosaur" herself so if Timothy (and Yoko, who found the creature in question in a book) knew she was wrong, he was using her own logic to prove her wrong.
* BirdsOfAFeather: Timothy and Yoko, Charles and Lilly, and Claude and Grace tend to hang around each other a lot.
* TheBully: Claude is a much LighterAndSofter variant, especially in the first episode.
* CanonImmigrant[=/=]CanonForeigner: Juanita was exclusive to AnimatedAdaptation of TimothyGoesToSchool only showing up in the final two episodes. After the show ended in 2004, Juanita showed up in more of the ''Yoko & Friends'' books such as [[http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1178318816l/784677.jpg "Make New Friends"]] and "Timothy's Tales At Hilltop School", which features Juanita making a cameo in one page.
* CuteKitten: Yoko, Juanita, and oddly Grace.
* CallBack: When Fritz moves away, two of the characters give him artwork that match their art style displayed in "Paint by Numbers."
* CharacterDevelopment: A class-wide example. In "Yoko", the majority of the class outright rejected Yoko's Japanese foods but in "Tea for Two", the entire class is eager for the Japanese tea ceremony Yoko and her mother host and all of them happily taste the green tea served.
* ChildrenVoicingChildren: A total of 4 child characters are voiced by actual children.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Mrs. Appleberry, the substitute teacher and Mrs. Jenkins' assistant on extra-school activities doesn't appear nor is mentioned at all after the episode "Get Well Soon".
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: In "Red Thunder," Henry sets up a biking exercise in which the kids have to navigate through orange cones while also being graded on speed, accuracy, safety skills and overall bikemanship. When the Franks finish their turn, they tell him, "We're done, and we got them all," and Henry can only chuckle as he looks over and sees that they did indeed "get them all" - all of the cones have been knocked over.
--> Henry: I-I think you missed the point of the exercise, boys.
* CultureClash: Mild case between Yoko and Nora in "Tea for Two" where Nora assumes a Japanese tea ceremony will be just like her tea parties. They end up combining ideas slightly when Yoko's mother forgets the traditional sweets and Yoko suggests they serve Nora's treats instead.
* DisappearedDad: Yoko and Lilly (although, according to several of the original books, Yoko's father lives in Japan).
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: In the first episode Timothy is getting ready for his first day of school. When he goes on the bus for the first time, he sees a female cat who kindly says hello to him while the others are mostly quiet. This character is Yoko who would later become Timothy's best friend. In the same scene, before Timothy sees Yoko, he sees Doris, whom Timothy considers to be quite annoying and loudmouthed. In the same episode, when the class introduced themselves, Charles said his name before quickly sitting down in silence, due to his shyness. Lilly was also shown, having to think about her own name for a moment before she responded.
* EdutainmentShow
* ExpositoryThemeTune:
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: It's about a raccoon named Timothy who goes to school. Averted, though, to the degree that at times it was about the activities of Timothy's friends/classmates, with Timothy only barely appearing in certain stories and said activities not always taking place at school either.
* ExpressiveEars: Certainly Timothy; his ears can go as far as pinning all the way down when he's really sad about something. Yoko exhibits them too, as well as both of the Franks, Lilly and possibly most of the others as well.
* FantasyHelmetEnforcement
* FirstSnow: In ''The Big Snowfall'' Lilly experiences the joys of her first snow day, having moved from a climate where it was warm and never snowed.
* ForeignQueasine: All of Yoko's Japanese dishes, but especially her sushi, are treated this way by her classmates. Timothy [[SubvertedTrope subverts]] it in the end, finding the sushi at the very least quite tasty. Later, in another episode, the entire class is willing to have the tea Yoko's mother serves.
* FoodPorn: In the episode "Yoko" just about every food shown during the day when the class allowed any student to try out different foods from different cultures, including Yoko's sushi, despite what the rest of the class had to say. You don't blame Timothy for getting distracted by different smells during that day.
* FemaleFelineMaleMutt: The Franks are both male dogs while the rest of the female students (Yoko, Grace, and Juanita) are all cats. Most of the cat characters seen in the series are mostly female minus Juanita's father and Yoko's grandfather seen briefly in one episode.
* FreePrizeAtTheBottom: In one episode, Nora decided to forego her normal breakfast cereal in favor of something called "Weeds and Seeds" so that she could get the prize of emerald slippers at the bottom as a birthday present for Yoko. And she was such a good little girl that she actually ate the stuff, only to find that to her disappointment, there was only one slipper, and it was some dinky little thing. Her mother suggested making a necklace out of it and she did, but thought her gift was lame and didn't want to give it to Yoko at first. When she finally did, Yoko was delighted, as the slipper was the mate to one that she already had.
* FurryConfusion: In some episodes, there is a drawing of a non anthropomorphic cat in the classroom. It can be strange to look at the drawings and seeing Yoko, Grace, or Juanita near the drawing.
* {{Funny Animal}}s
* FurryReminder: These are pretty rare, the cast generally behaves like humans. Frank and Frank, who are anthropomorphic dogs, are the only characters where this is treated a bit more loosely. They tend to be rather messy in eating their food, and in ''Get Well Soon'' they try to drink water directly out of the faucet at school. When Mrs. Appleberry tells them not to, they tell her that "[[BlatantLies Mrs. Jenkins lets us do it]]", only for her to pull out a letter from Mrs. Jenkins-- "Dear Frank and Frank, Please listen to Mrs. Appleberry and no drinking from the faucet. Signed, Mrs. Jenkins."
** Doris will sometimes slap her tail against the ground when she's annoyed or excited.
** Yoko loves sushi, which contains tuna, that cats really love eating.
** In the episode where the Franks have a sleepover with Timothy. There is a scene before all of them go to bed where Timothy is seen brushing his teeth. He later makes a growling noise pretending he's a monster with foam from his toothpaste in his mouth. While this is PlayedForLaughs, it's also a reminder that raccoons also carry rabies.
* {{Half Dressed Cartoon Animal}}s: [[PantslessMalesFullyDressedFemales The male cast]], except Charles and Timothy when he wore suspenders in the first episode [[note]] he also wears these in the original 1981 book and 1998's "Yoko" [[/note]].
** In the original book versions of "Timothy Goes To School", and "Yoko & Friends". Timothy's mother is seen wearing slippers while Yoko's mother is seen wearing Getas which is part of her kimono. This is absent in the show.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In the book "The Halloween Parade", Doris' fifth-grade brother is dressed as "''Snells'' Angels", [[ParentalBonus complete with a fake motorcycle.]]
* GoodParents: Every parent of each student at Hilltop School is this. But especially the mothers such as Timothy's mom, Yoko's mother, and later Juanita's mother.
* HereWeGoAgain: In "Fritz in the Mess Fairy", the episode has this kind of ending after Fritz realizes there is no Mess Fairy and learns to clean up after himself, the episode ends with him making another mess with the sink while cleaning up Timothy's seashells. Also, in the episode "Frankless Frank" when Frank 1 is sick for the whole episode and Frank 2 has to spend a few days in school without him and after he returns to school, Frank 2 gets sick with the same thing. It's even lampshaded by Timothy at the very end.
* HugeGirlTinyGuy: Doris and Charles in "Paint By Numbers" and "Measuring Up".
* ItRunsInTheFamily: As seen in the first episode starring Doris. It appears that Doris's tendency to talk loud and get annoyed easily appears to run in her family. As seen by Doris's mother who yells for her brothers to get downstairs but requests Doris to do it for her since she's the loudest.
* IDoNotLikeGreenEggsAndHam: How the other kids felt about Yoko's oriental cuisine, such as sushi and red bean ice-cream. In the end, [[SubvertedTrope Timothy discovers this doesn't apply to him, as he finds sushi delicious.]]
* LastEpisodeNewCharacter: Juanita, a Spanish cat, is introduced in the last two episodes.
* IronicEchoCut: "Get Well Soon" opens with Timothy, Nora, Frank, and Frank all telling their parents that "Mrs. Jenkins is the best!"
* LimitedWardrobe: With the exception of the stuff in the first episode with Claude and Timothy wearing special clothes for the first two days of school, and winter clothing / special events, the characters are always shown wearing the same clothes to school. In the "Yoko & Friends" books most of the characters are seen wearing different outfits. Most notable is [[https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1185761460l/1604734.jpg Lilly whose dress is completely different than her outfit in the show.]]
* MissingMom: The Franks and Claude.
* MeaningfulName: Nora [[NoIndoorVoice talks very loud]] which is reference to the book she debuted called Noisy Nora.
* MythologyGag: In the episode "The Music Tree" Nora can be seen wearing a pot on her heard. This is a reference to one of the ways of getting her mother's attention in the original book "Noisy Nora".
** Fritz once refers to Nora as "Noisy Nora".
** In the episode "Mama Don't Go" after Juanita's mother leaves the class to get more orange juice. Juanita get's sad and Yoko is the first student to comfort her and tells her to don't feel sad and tells her that her mother will be back. [[http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1171565442l/106539.jpg This is a reference to the Yoko & Friends book called "Mama Don't Go!"]] where Yoko is thrown in the same situation as Juanita (even though this is a contradiction in the animated series, since Yoko's mom was not shown in her first day of school).
* NoCartoonFish
* NeverSayDie: In "Lifesaver Lilly", Doris begins to suggest that Goldie the goldfish might be dead, but is interrupted by Lilly coming in with Goldie before she says it.
** In "Scary Monsters", Timothy actually says "They died a long time ago" referring to the extinction of dinosaurs to his friends due to Nora's fear of dinosaurs.
** In "The Big Snowfall", the Franks say that fish under a frozen lake become fish sticks. Lilly gasps in concern, but Timothy reassures her by saying that only the lake surface gets frozen and the fish still live below.
* NoodleIncident: The first episode establishes that Timothy and Doris have already met, however, what kind of interaction they had to make Timothy not very enthusiastic about Doris being his classmate is never explained, and is forgotten after the episode.
* OneSteveLimit: Averted: The Franks have the same name, as does their father.
* TheOneWhoWearsShoes: Lilly and Mrs. Jenkins.
* PettingZooPeople: Pretty much. The characters really don't display much of anything in the way of animal traits other than having ExpressiveEars, the only concession being that as mice, Charles and Nora are both rather smaller than the other characters. In "Taking the Plunge," Timothy is even reminded to put on sunscreen, but how does a raccoon covered in fur wear sunscreen? RuleOfFunny?
* PuppyLove: It's been hinted that Yoko and Timothy have a crush on each other in the series; Charles and Lilly are hinted to also have crushes on each other. Claude and Grace are a downplayed but present example.
* PutOnABus: Fritz, but [[TheBusCameBack the bus comes back]]. Also Mrs. Appleberry.
* TheRival: Claude can be this to Timothy until after "Taking the Plunge."
* RecapEpisode: "Many Happy Returns". The second story of the episode also has some flashbacks.
* TheRuntAtTheEnd: Charles in class; Doris at home.
* SchoolPlay: The name of an episode and a "Yoko and Friends" book where Mrs. Jenkins' class did one about dental hygiene. Parts were assigned randomly-- Yoko was chosen to a be a cavity, but didn't want to be. In the end, she found a way to enjoy the part when she used her violin to create a sound effect suitable for a cavity.
** PlayingATree: Almost all of the characters play fictionalized, anthropomorphized versions of things like toothbrushes, toothpaste and teeth.
* SliceOfLife
* SuddenlyVoiced: Charles never talked in the original ''Shy Charles'' story, and some of the Yoko and Friends books. He's more vocal in the show compared to his debut appearance.
* SlumberParty: Timothy and the Franks have one in "The Sleepover" because Big Frank had to use the bulldozer.
* ShortRunner: Since it was a weekend show, it only had 2 seasons with 13 episodes.
* StartMyOwn: "The Treefort and the Sandcastle".
* StockAnimalName: The pet goldfish given to Mrs. Jenkins's class in "Lifesaver Lilly" is named Goldie. Averted though with Lilly's own pet fish, Treasure.
* SurpriseParty: In "Mama, Don't Go," new girl Juanita at Hilltop School doesn't want her mama to leave. The surprise party is how Juanita is eventually convinced to let her mother leave; it's her mother's birthday and the class needs her to leave so that they can put together a surprise party for her. Juanita actually tells her mother straight-up that she needs to leave for a while and then come back so that they can surprise her.
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: Happens when Frank and Frank try to avoid telling their father that they broke one of Yoko's toys.
* TheArtifact: [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/timothy_school.jpg The logo for the animated series features Timothy carrying a book in his hand without a backpack]]. In the show, Timothy is actually seen wearing a backpack along with the other students. The logo could also be a reference to the original book, where Timothy is seen carrying a book without a backpack. However since the series was created in 2000, at this point in time this hasn't been in use in school, as backpacks were easier for children to carry instead of a pile of books.
* RetroUniverse: The show ran from 2000 - 2001 and seems to take place in that time, but the characters are dressed in clothes that would come straight out of something from the 1950s and 1960s, in addition to live in what looks like a small, rural town from that time.
* TakeAThirdOption: Fritz and Charles find a strange rock at the same time; Fritz wants it for his collection, whilst Charles wants to build a castle with it. They spend most of the episode bickering about it, but they eventually decide to use it together.
* TalentContest: One is held in "Talent Show." Timothy is assigned to be the Master of Ceremonies and when Grace gets hurt, she becomes his assistant.
* TalkingAnimal
* ThatCloudLooksLike: Timothy and Charles to do this in "Taking the Plunge" while relaxing in the swimming pool. They see one that reminds them of a cowboy hat, another of apple pie and one that looks like the school bus driver, Henry. Another sudden "cloud" actually turns out to be Doris doing a cannonball into the pool. It's reprised at the end of the episode.
* ThemeTuneCameo: The show's theme tune is used for the "Welcome Song" performed in the show's premiere episode.
* TitleCharacter: Yoko of the second episode.
* TitleThemeTune: "Anything can happen when Timothy goes to school!"
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Doris and Grace, when they go to dancing classes together.
* UnmanlySecret: When Timothy has a sleepover with the Franks in "The Sleepover," he hides his stuffed penguin toy, Pengy under his bed. Frank 2 tries to get something under the bed at one point almost sees it only to be interrupted before he can. At the end of the story, Timothy sneaks out of bed and tries to get it back after lights out, only to find that Frank 2 had hidden his own stuffed bulldog toy, Bully, under the bed in their bag near the beginning of the episode which was what he was trying to get. Frank 1 complains that everyone at school is going to laugh at them, but Timothy brings out Pengy and they promise each other that they won't tell anyone. Both Timothy and Frank 2 are then shown sleeping soundly, but Frank 1 looks around, scared, apparently missing his own stuffed toy, whatever it might be.
* ValentinesDayEpisode: "Be My Valentine".
* VocalEvolution: In the episode where the school is having a day where two team members race, both Claude and Grace's voices sound deep and a little older.
** Lilly's voice in "Lifesaver Lilly" when she gets very upset or depressed sounds more monotone and serious. Most notable in the scene where she admits she's too forgetful to take care of their class pet.
* WorldOfFunnyAnimals
* WelcomeEpisode: Happens twice in the show. Most notable in the last two episodes where Juanita just moved and later becomes a new student.
* YouGetMeCoffee
** When Timothy decides to work with Claude for a team project on the television series involving making a model space shuttle, Claude asks him to do the sweeping up and doesn't let him do any of the work on the project. The space shuttle turns out great and wins a star for the best class project, but Timothy doesn't take any joy from it, finding comfort instead in talking with his friend Yoko.
** In ''Timothy Takes the Cake'', a story from the book ''Timothy's Tales from Hilltop School'', Claude pulls the same thing on Timothy, this time having him clean up muffin tins during a baking project. This time, however, Claude's attempt at baking alone fails and he wonders what he did wrong; what thing he left out of the recipe. Timothy tells him "''Me!''" and together they manage to do some good baking.
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